For quite some time now, the issue of infertility has not skipped the lips of married couples and health practitioners. Majority of infertility issues have been attributed to women although men also stand the test of infertility.
Some causes of infertility can be linked to tubal blockages and Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases
A Global Health Expert and Medical Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Nature’s Green Medical Centre in London, Dr. Richard Eghan has given a word of advice to men in order to protect and promote their prostate health.
He advised that, for men it is better to ejaculate more but in a very protective manner not to infect their partners.
“Men, the more we ejaculate, the more we protect our prostate health. So men have to ejaculate more often”, he said.
He revealed on GTV Breakfast Show that, a research conducted indicated that, a lot of men are suffering from what is termed as the AzooSpermia which means no or little sperm contents. He also added that the issues of Azoospermia can cause infertility among men who are experiencing such health deficiency.
Dr. Eghan further explained that the environment also contributes to the high level of infertility cases in Ghana. He stressed that the use of plastics and chemicals in our daily routines forms part of the environmental factors that disrupts the endocrine system.
He explained that plastics and chemicals negatively affect the operations of the endocrine systems and also deter the production of certain necessary chemicals needed by the human body.
There is a common belief that ejaculating more frequently can help protect the prostate gland from certain conditions such as prostate cancer and prostatitis. However, it’s important to note that the scientific evidence supporting this claim is limited and not conclusive.
One theory suggests that regular ejaculation may help flush out potential carcinogens or toxins from the prostate gland, reducing the risk of prostate cancer. Some studies have indicated a weak association between higher ejaculation frequency and a lower risk of prostate cancer, but more research is needed to establish a definitive link.
Another potential benefit of ejaculating more frequently is the reduction of prostatic fluid buildup, which may help prevent the development of prostatitis, an inflammation of the prostate gland. Regular ejaculation can help clear the ducts within the prostate and relieve any congestion or swelling.
It’s worth mentioning that these potential benefits are based on observational studies and anecdotal evidence, and more rigorous scientific research is necessary to fully understand the relationship between ejaculation frequency and prostate health. It’s also important to note that other factors, such as age, genetics, diet, and lifestyle, play significant roles in prostate health.
If you have concerns about your prostate health, it’s best to consult with a healthcare professional who can provide personalized advice based on your individual circumstances. Regular check-ups and screenings are important for monitoring and maintaining prostate health.